Networks & Services Streaming Colts Games in 2017

The Indianapolis Colts are an American professional football team that plays in the AFC South division of the NFL along with the Titans, Jaguars, and Texans.  The team was begun in 1953, and the team plays its games in Lucas Oil Stadium, after having spent two decades in the RCA Dome.  The Colts relocated from Baltimore to Indianapolis in 1984 and have since appeared in the playoffs no less than 16 times, won two conference championships, and won one Super Bowl, defeating the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XLI.  The team started a good fan base when they were in Baltimore, and that fan base has continued into their current location in Indianapolis.  

Streaming
Service
# of Colts Games Monthly Cost Free Trial HD Stream Cable Required iOS App Android App
sling_television ALL Colts Games Live! $20 Watch 7 Days Free Yes No Yes Yes
espn-streaming-nfl Monday Night Football No Standalone App Option Yes, with Sling/DTVN Yes Yes Yes Yes
DTV-Now ALL Colts Games Live! $35 Watch 7 Days Free Yes No Yes Yes
nbc-nfl-games-online Sunday Night Football Free,
Restricted
Yes, with Sling/DTVN Yes Antenna Yes Yes
cbs-streaming-nfl-watch All Local Colts Games,
Thursday Night Football
$6
$10 Ad-Free
Watch 30 Days Free Yes Antenna Yes Yes
nfl-on-fox-stream Superbowl Free,
Restricted
Yes, with Sling/DTVN Yes Antenna Yes Yes
ALL Normal Colts Games Live! $5 with Sling Add-on Yes, with Sling/DTVN Yes Not with Sling/DTVN No No
Thursday Night Football, RedZone No Standalone App Option Yes, with Sling/DTVN Yes Yes No No
watch-nfl-live-twitter Thursday Night Football Free Always Free! Yes No Yes Yes

Watching the Indianapolis Colts on Local Cable Television & Cable

For local fans, most will want to watch the Indianapolis Colts on cable television if they live locally and if they have cable.  The Indianapolis Colts can be found at WXIN, a virtual channel 59 (UHF digital channel 45), which is a Fox-affiliated television station located in Indianapolis, Indiana.  The station is owned by the Tribune Broadcasting subsidiary of Tribune Media, as part of a duopoly with CBS affiliate WTTV (channel 4).  This is where most local fans go to watch the Indianapolis Colts play in their games.  

Streaming the Colts with Online Alternatives to Cable

There are other ways to keep tabs on the Indianapolis Colts that are arguably better than cable.  Try unlimited streaming websites like Sling TV and DIRECTV NOW.  These websites offer great subscriptions that allow you to stream every single game in the NFL if you want to, all starting at only twenty dollars a month for Sling TV and thirty-five a month for DIRECTV NOW.  The two sites offer high quality, HD streaming, and unlimited options for NFL games.  Sling TV and DIRECTV NOW, because they are streaming websites, also offer excellent options that can be watched on any device that can access the internet.  Finally, both sites offer a free, seven day trial too, so clients can try them before they buy them.   

Sling pricing begins at $20 per month while DIRECTV NOW’s smallest package is $35. Give one of them a try today:

Sling (7 Days Free) DIRECTV NOW (7 Days Free)
 Try Sling TV Try DIRECTV NOW

Watching the Colts on Official Network Apps that Stream NFL Games

You can catch the Colts taking on the competition on apps too.  Several networks such as ESPN, CBS, NBC and FOX all host content for the games of the Indianapolis Colts, just be sure the games you want are there before you pay for any one, single app.